Multiphase Distribution Locational Marginal Prices: Approximation and Decomposition
We propose a multiphase distribution locational marginal price (DLMP) model. Compared to existing DLMP models in the literature, the proposed model has three distinctive features: i) It provides linear approximation of relevant DLMP components which captures global behavior of nonlinear functions; ii) it decomposes into most general components, i.e., energy, loss, congestion, voltage violations; and iii) it incorporates both wye and delta grid connections along with unbalanced loadings. The developed model is tested on a benchmark IEEE 13-bus unbalanced distribution system with the inclusion of distributed generators (DGs).
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting
Hanif, S., Barati, M., Kargarian, A., Gooi, H., & Hamacher, T. (2018). Multiphase Distribution Locational Marginal Prices: Approximation and Decomposition. IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 2018-August https://doi.org/10.1109/PESGM.2018.8585925